Epithelial Sel1L is required for the maintenance of intestinal homeostasis
Shengyi Sun, Rohan Lourie, Sara B Cohen, Yewei Ji, Julia K Goodrich, Angela C Poole, Ruth E Ley, Eric Y Denkers, Michael A McGuckin, Qiaoming Long, Gerald E Duhamel, Kenneth W Simpson, Ling Qi
Molecular Biology of the Cell | AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY | Published : 2016
Awarded by National Institutes of Health
Awarded by Chinese National Natural Science Foundation
Awarded by Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Awarded by American Diabetes Association
We thank Lora Hooper (UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX) for generous gifts of antibodies and other members of the Qi lab for comments, suggestions, and technical assistance. This work was supported by National Institutes of Health Grants R21AI085332 (G.D.) and R21AI09061 (E.Y.K.), Chinese National Natural Science Foundation Grant 31371391 (to Q.L.), National Institutes of Health Grants 1R01GM113188 and 1R01DK105393, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Grant 47-2012-767, and American Diabetes Association Grant 1-12-CD-04 (L.Q.). S.S. is an International Student Research Fellow of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (59107338). R.L. is the recipient of a Betty McGrath Mater Practitioner Research Fellowship. L.Q. is the recipient of Junior Faculty and Career Development Awards from the American Diabetes Association.